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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Drupal Camp Phoenix Comes to ASU March 8 – 10

February 28, 2013 |

Drupal Camp Phoenix is a 2-day conference starting Friday, March 8, organized by professional Drupal organizations to promote and advance the Drupal community in Arizona and the Southwest region. The event brings together local professionals interested in learning about … Read More

Catch The Train Through Your Smart Phone

February 22, 2013 | 3

On October 19th of last year, Startup Weekend Phoenix kicked off it’s 54 hour event at the Thunderbird School of Global Management. It was an intensive three day period where many Valley folk got together to share ideas, … Read More

ASU and Scottsdale Libraries Will Launch “Eureka” Co-working Spaces

February 22, 2013 | 4

ASU Venture Catalyst and the Scottsdale Public Library system are launching a new initiative called the Alexandria Network to help inventors, problem-solvers, social enterprises, entrepreneurs and small businesses. The Alexandria Network is designed to provide support for the innovation economy within … Read More

Stealth Software Chooses Arizona – Hiring Spree Ahead

February 21, 2013 | 1

Arizona has continued to grow in the business sector. As more and more companies decide to locate and grow their businesses in the state the economy continues to grow and develop. Arizona has been ranked as one of the … Read More

Scottsdale iOS App Developers, Software Ops, Obsess Over Data Security To Keep Your Information Safe

February 13, 2013 |

Software Ops is so dedicated to security, they not only have six homemade applications for Apple users around the purpose of safe storage, they even named their latest app “My Eyes Only Pro” to drive home the point. My … Read More

Big Data From Little Scottsdale: Stremor’s New Heuristic Search Tools

February 12, 2013 |

When it comes to online search, relevance is everything, right? Unfortunately, “relevance” as we presently know it may not be enough.

According to Scottsdale-based Stremor CEO Bill Irvine, “Relevance is no longer relevant. Too many results on the first page … Read More

Co+Hoots Collaborates with Greater Than Coffee at Their New Location

February 7, 2013 | 1

Traditional workspaces have been drastically changing. Many people now work from home, telecommute, work in public spaces, or in collaborative offices. All of these modern workplaces depend on collaboration, teamwork, and flexibility that is drastically different from the traditional … Read More

Gate6 Integrates Creatives and Techies to Create a Software and Digital Marketing Combo

February 6, 2013 |

Many companies rely on aid from websites and mobile applications in order to promote their business. It is necessary for companies to have a professional website that can attract visitors and provide a wealth of information about their company … Read More

eAuditPro Software Makes Commercial Energy Audits Cheaper & Easier Than Ever

February 6, 2013 | 10

For those who own or manage commercial property, poor energy efficiency equates to a direct loss in revenue. Unfortunately, while they would like to identify and repair these inefficiencies, hiring a contractor to perform an energy audit generally takes … Read More

48 West Is Calling The Valley’s Top Entrepreneurs To Join ‘Startup Camp’ At Chandler City Hall This February 15th & 16th

February 5, 2013 |

48 West, lovers of food, music, and technology, are bringing everyone together once again for their annual ‘Startup Camp’ event. Taking place this year at the Chandler City Hall on February 15th & 16th, 48 West wants to show … Read More